Ah Saturday Mornings.
On the BBC we had the safe, middle-class, colourful jumper version with Noel Edmonds, Keith Chegwin etc.
On the the other side it was anarchy and chaos with Sally, Chris, Bod, Lenny and John. The dying fly; The Phantom Flan Flinger. Lenny Henry got his career rolling on that although I'm sure his will disavow it now. One of the best bits was when he was pretending to read the News as Trevor McDonald and the real Trevor came up behind him. Although stuck for words, his comment "Well hello daddy" was a cracker.
All of this of course is completely lost on non-UK people and those below a certain age.
p.s. People moan about the UK and how racist it is but if that's so how does a black journalist born in Trinidad become such a much-loved icon ?